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Dr. Alex Roldan, Professor of the University of South Eastern Philippines (USEP) speaks on Federalism, in a round-table discussion organized by the CDPI last July 10 (Sunday) in Davao City. Dr. Alex Roldan, Professor of the University of South Eastern Philippines (USEP) speaks on Federalism, in a round-table discussion organized by the CDPI last July 10 (Sunday) in Davao City.

Federalism Round Table Discussion Featured


A round-table discussion on Federalism has ensued before audiences from the government, business society, academe, and civil society in Davao city with the goal to build understanding on how the Duterte Administration can achieve this system shift.

Speakers in the said event were Arch. Chito Gavino,author of Mindanao Autonomy and Federalism and formerly Provincial Administrator of Davao del Norte and Dr. Alex Roldan, Professor of the University of the South Eastern Philippines (USEP) and currently Provincial Officer of the Local Government Office of Davao Del Norte.

Following their lectures was an open forum on the participants’ insights and commentaries on Federalism and a brief presentation on the Centrist local party, its set of advocacy, and structures. Centrist democratic movements and parties in the Philippines fully support Duterte’s Federalism agenda through Parliamentary system.

This round-table discussion initiated by the CDPI was held last July 10, 2016 at the CDPI Conference Room and is expected to continue in series form all year-round.

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Dr. Alex Roldan, Professor of the University of South Eastern Philippines speaks on Federalism, in a round-table discussion organized by the CDPI last July 10 (Sunday) in Davao City.


 

 

 

 

 

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